Javier Hernandez was expected to be out of action for at least another two weeks but was back in action in the win over QPR, while Dimitar Berbatov, an unused substitute against Neil Warnock's side, has recovered from an ankle knock picked up against Crystal Palace last month.
The boss also confirmed that Rafael is back in training and it hopefully won't be too long before his brother Fabio, Tom Cleverley and Anderson are also available.
"The injuries are [improving a bit]. It's getting a little bit better, " he told MUTV.
"It's good to have those two players [Berbatov and Chicharito] back, and Rafa's training now, he maybe just needs a reserve game.
"Obviously we'd still like to have Anderson and Cleverley back, and a couple of others, but in the main we're pleased with what we've got at the moment."